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Downs

(downz),
William B., U.S. orthodontist, 1899-1966. See: Downs analysis.
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The 20 winning and shortlisted projects for the Downland Prize 2001 can be seen at the Downland Prize 2001 exhibition at Gallery 2, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1 from October 2-12.
Downland used to be with Geoff Wragg and the Newmarket trainer can also get among today's winners with MISS DORDOGNE (4.
IF YOU know a "little gem" - a house, school or office extension - designed recently by an architect in the Southern Home Counties, the Downland Prize's sponsors Ibstock Building Products Ltd would love to know about it.
Clearly held in high regard by connections Downland looks a good bet to recoup losses here at the main expense of Ladbroke Ayr Gold Cup hope Princely Dream.
Pipalong is the more experienced of the pair and likely to enjoy a bit of give underfoot, while Downland has run just three times but was ridden by Holland to an easy success in a maiden race at Lingfield.
Residents of the capital have two more great opportunities set out before them fairly close to home on Tuesday, with Fontwell, near Arundel in a marvellous downland setting in West Sussex, and Lingfield, in the heart of leafy Surrey, both set to race.
Detectives launched a murder inquiry two-and-a-half weeks ago after Mr Kavanagh, aged 29, was reported missing following an incident at Downland Drive, Hove, East Sussex.
Three Counties Association regional director Mr Geoffrey Hopton, representing Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, said: "The Bill widens the debate from the focus on mountain, moorland, heath, downland and common land and addresses the provision of access to the whole countryside where most people want it - within easy distance of their homes.
She lived for many years in Chawton, a village set in the gently rolling downland of East Hampshire.
Downland was given a great ride by Kim Tinkler when returning to winning form in the seven-furlong seller.
Parsonage Down and Yarnbury Castle on the southern edge of Salisbury Plain where one of the most outstanding chalk downland sites in Britain can be found.
Downland Farm is on the market for offers over PS795,000.